Wonder Woman: A feminist in the war

Wonder Woman is the most successful DCEU’s movie in the US. The movie by Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot’s performance were heavily praised by critics and fans alike. While a great comic book movie it also tries to go bit beyond the fantastic world of superheroes. Read few comments about what separates Wonder Woman from many other comic book adaptations.

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Credit: http://wonderwomanfilm.com/

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Irregular quote of the day

Simon Winder, Author of The Man Who Saved Britain: A Personal History of James Bond, for The Guardian in “Why James Bond is a Religion”.

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Irregular quote of the day

Iranian newspaper Hamshahri in: “Iran dismisses Argo best picture Oscar.”

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Irregular quote of the day

Danish director Bille August in “It’s Time for Oscar to Rethink Its Approach to Foreign-Language Films.”

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James Bond vs George Smiley and how successful are British spies

Britain has always had spies and I think we’ve spied rather well, says Gary Oldman on playing George Smiley.

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Red Dawn remake: Not Chinese, but North Korean are the main villains

How an invading army changes from Chinese to North Korean: See story from the L.A. Times here. It was usual for Hollywood to use in the past a prototype of the villains – Japanese, Russians, Arabs…

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Sylvester Stallone defends violence in The Expendables

By Sylvester Stallone

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